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NAME
       xpbsmon	- GUI for displaying, monitoring the nodes/execution hosts un-
       der PBS

SYNOPSIS
       xpbsmon

DESCRIPTION
       The xpbsmon command provides a way to graphically display  the  various
       nodes  that run jobs. A node or execution host can be running a pbs_mom
       daemon, or not running the daemon. For the latter case, it  could  just
       be  a  nodename	that appears in	a nodes	file that is managed by	a main
       pbs_server  running on another host. This  utility  also	 provides  the
       ability	to  monitor  values  of	 certain  system  resources by posting
       queries to the pbs_mom of a node.  With this utility, you can see  what
       job  is running on what node, who owns the job, how many	nodes assigned
       to a job, status	of each	node (color-coded and the colors are user-mod-
       ifiable),  how many nodes are available,	free, down, reserved, offline,
       of unknown status,  in use running multiple jobs	or  executing  only  1
       job.   Please  see  the sections	below for a tour and tutorials of xpb-
       smon. Also, within every	dialog box, a Help button can be found for as-
       sistance.

GETTING	STARTED
       Running	 xpbsmon  will initialize the X	resource database from various
       sources in the following	order:

       1.     The RESOURCE_MANAGER property on the root	 window	 (updated  via
	      xrdb) with settings usually defined in the .Xdefaults file

       2.     Preference  settings  defined by the system administrator	in the
	      global xpbsmonrc file

       3.     User's ~/.xpbsmonrc file - this file defines various X resources
	      like fonts, colors, list of colors to use	to represent the vari-
	      ous status of the	nodes, list of PBS sites  to  query,  list  of
	      server hosts on each site, list of nodes/execution hosts on each
	      server host, list	of system resource  queries  to	 send  to  the
	      nodes' pbs_mom, and various view states. See PREFERENCES section
	      below for	a list of resources that can be	set.

RUNNING	XPBSMON
       xpbsmon can be run either as a regular user or superuser.  If  you  run
       it  with	less privilege,	you may	not be able to see all the information
       for a node. If it is executed as	a regular user,	you  should  still  be
       able  to	 see  what  jobs are running on	what nodes, possibly state and
       properties as these information are obtained  by	 xpbsmon  talking  di-
       rectly  to the specified	server.	If you want other system resource val-
       ues, it may require special privilege since xpbsmon will	have  to  talk
       directly	 to the	pbs_mom	of a node. In addition,	the host where xpbsmon
       was running must	also have been given explicit access permission	by the
       mom  (unless the	GUI is running on the same host	where mom is running).
       This is done done by updating the $clienthost  and/or  the  $restricted
       parameter on the	mom's configuration file.

       To run xpbsmon, type:

		 setenv	DISPLAY	<display_host>:0
		 xpbsmon

       If  you	are  running the GUI and only interested in jobs data, then be
       sure to set all the nodes' type to NOMOM	in the Pref  dialog box.

THE XPBSMON DISPLAY
       This section describes the main parts of	the xpbsmon display. The  main
       window is composed of 3 distinct	areas (subwindows) arranged vertically
       (one on top of another)	in  the	following order:
		 1) Menu
		 2) Site Information
		 3) Info

       Menu. The Menu area is composed of a row	of command buttons that	signal
       some action with	a click	of the left mouse button. The buttons are:

	      Site..
			      displays a popup menu containing the list	of PBS
			     sites that	have been added	using the Sites	 Pref-
			     erences  window.  Simply  drag your mouse and re-
			     lease to the site name whose servers/nodes	infor-
			     mation you	would like to see.

	      Pref..	     brings up various dialog boxes for	specifying the
			     list of sites, servers on each site,  nodes  that
			     are  known	 to  a server, and the system resource
			     queries to	be sent	to a node's pbs_mom daemon.

	      Auto Update..  brings up another window for  specifying  whether
			     or	 not  to do auto updates of nodes information,
			     and also for specifying the  interval  number  of
			     minutes between updates.

	      Help	     contains some help	information.

	      About	     tells who the author is and who to	send comments,
			     bugs, suggestions to.

	      Close	     for exiting xpbsmon plus saving the current setup
			     information  (if  anything	 had  changed)	in the
			     user's $HOME/.xpbsmonrc file.  Information	 saved
			     include  the  specified list of sites, servers on
			     each site,	nodes known to each server, and	system
			     resource queries to send to node's	pbs_mom.

	      Minimize Button
			     shows the iconized	view of	Site Information where
			     nodes are represented as tiny boxes,  where  each
			     box  is  colored according	to status. In order to
			     get more information about	a node,	 you  need  to
			     double click on the colored box.

	      Maximize button
			     shows  the	 full  view  of	Site Information where
			     nodes are represented in bigger boxes, still col-
			     ored  depending  on the status, and some informa-
			     tion on it	is displayed.

       Site Information.  Only one site	at a time can be displayed. This  area
       (shown as one huge box referred to as the site box) can be further sub-
       divided into 3 areas: the site name label at the	top, server  boxes  in
       the  middle, and	the color status bar at	the bottom.  The site name la-
       bel shows the name of the site as specified in the Pref..  window.   At
       the  middle  of	the  site box shows a row of big boxes housing smaller
       boxes.

       The big box is an abstraction of	a server host (called a	 server	 box),
       showing	its  server  display  label  at	 the top of the	box, a grid of
       smaller boxes representing the nodes that the server knows about	(where
       jobs  are run), and summary status for the nodes	under the server. Sta-
       tus information will show counters for the number of nodes used,	avail-
       able,  reserved,	 offline,  or of unknown status	and even # of cpus as-
       signed.	For a cleaner display, some counters with a value of zero  are
       not  displayed.	 The server boxes are placed in	a grid,	with a new row
       being started when either *siteBoxMaxNumServerBoxesPerRow or  *siteBox-
       MaxWidth	limit has been reached.

       The  smaller  boxes  represent the nodes/execution hosts	where jobs are
       run (referred to	as node	boxes).	 Each node box shows the name  at  the
       top,  and  a sub-box (a smaller square) that is is colored according to
       the status of the node that it represents, and  if  the	view  type  is
       FULL,  it will will display some	node information according to the sys-
       tem resource queries specified on the Pref.. window.  Clicking  on  the
       sub-box	will show a much bigger	box (called the	MIRROR view) with big-
       ger fonts containing nodes information. Another view is called ICON and
       this  shows a tiny box with a colored area. The node boxes are arranged
       in a grid, where	a  new	row  is	 created  if  either  the  *serverBox-
       MaxNumNodeBoxesPerRow  or  *serverBoxMaxWidth  limit  has been reached.
       ICON view of the	node boxes will	be constrained by the *nodeBoxIconMax-
       Height  and  *nodeBoxIconMaxWidth  pixel	 values; FULL view of the node
       boxes will be  bounded  by  *nodeBoxFullMaxWidth	 and  *nodeBoxFullMax-
       Height;	the mirror view	of the node boxes has its size be *nodeBoxMir-
       rorMaxWidth, and	*nodeBoxMirrorMaxHeight.

       Horizontal and vertical scrollbars for the site box,  server  box,  and
       node box	will be	displayed as needed.

       Finally,	 the color bar information shows a color chart displaying what
       the various colors mean in terms	of node	 status.  The  color-to-status
       mapping	can  be	modified by setting the	X resources: *nodeColorNOINFO,
       *nodeColorFREE, *nodeColorINUSEshared, *nodeColorINUSEexclusive,	*node-
       ColorDOWN, *nodeColorRSVD, *nodeColorOFFL.

       Info.  The  Info	 Area shows the	progress of some of the	background ac-
       tions performed by xpbsmon. Look	into this box for errors.

WIDGETS	USED IN	XPBSMON
       Some of the widgets used	in xpbsmon and how they	 are  manipulated  are
       described in the	following:

       1. listbox - the	ones found in this GUI are only	single-selectable (one
	  entry	 can be	highlighted/selected at	a time via a mouse click).

       2. scrollbar - usually appears either vertically	 or  horizontally  and
	  contains  5 distinct areas that are mouse clicked to achieve differ-
	  ent effects:

	  top arrow	Causes the view	in the associated widget to  shift  up
			by  one	unit (i.e. the object appears to move down one
			unit in	its window). If	the button is  held  down  the
			action will auto-repeat.

	  top gap	Causes	the  view in the associated window to shift up
			by one less than the number of	units  in  the	window
			(i.e. the portion of the object	that used to appear at
			the very top of	the window will	 now   appear  at  the
			very  bottom).	 If the	button is held down the	action
			will auto-repeat.

	  slider	Pressing button	1 in this area has  no	immediate  ef-
			fect  except  to   cause  the slider to	appear	sunken
			rather than raised.  However, if the  mouse  is	 moved
			with  the  button  down	  then	 the  slider  will  be
			dragged, adjusting the view as the mouse is moved.

	  bottom gap	Causes the view	in the associated window to shift down
			by  one	 less	than the number	of units in the	window
			(i.e.  the portion of  the  object  that  used to  ap-
			pear at	the very bottom	of the window will  now	appear
			at the very top).  If the button is held down the  ac-
			tion  will auto-repeat.

	  bottom arrow	Causes the view	in the associated window to shift down
			by one unit (i.e. the object appears to	 move  up  one
			unit  in  its  window).	If the button is held down the
			action will auto-repeat.

       3. entry	- brought into focus with a click of the  left	mouse  button.
	  To manipulate	this widget, simply type in the	text value. Use	of ar-
	  row keys, mouse selection of text for	deletion or overwrite, copying
	  and pasting with sole	use of mouse buttons are permitted.  This wid-
	  get is usually accompanied by	a scrollbar for	horizontally  scanning
	  a long text entry string.

       4. box  -   made	 up  of	1 or more listboxes displayed adjacent to each
	  other	giving the effect of a "matrix". Each row from	the  listboxes
	  makes	 up  an	 element of the	box. In	order to add items to the box,
	  you need to manipulate the accompanying entry	widgets, one for  each
	  listbox,  and	 then clicking the add button. Removing	items from the
	  box is done by selecting an element, and then	clicking delete.

       5. spinbox - a combination of an	entry widget and a horizontal  scroll-
	  bar.	 The  entry  widget will only accept values that fall within a
	  defined list of valid	values,	and  incrementing  through  the	 valid
	  values is done by clicking on	the up/down arrows.

       6. button  -  a	rectangular  region appearing either raised or pressed
	  that invokes an action when clicked  with  the  left	mouse  button.
	  When	the button appears pressed, then hitting the <RETURN> key will
	  automatically	select the button.

UPDATING PREFERENCES
       CASE 1: Time Sharing

	      Suppose you have a time-sharing environment where	the  front-end
	      is  called  bower	 and you have 4	nodes: bower1, bower2, bower3,
	      bower4.  bower is	the host that runs the server; jobs  are  sub-
	      mitted  to host bower where it enqueues it for future execution.
	      Also, a pbs_mom daemon is	 running  on  each  of	the  execution
	      hosts.  If the server bower also maintains a nodes list contain-
	      ing information like state, properties for  the  4  nodes,  then
	      this  will  also be reported. Then to setup xpbsmon, do the fol-
	      lowing:

	      1.     Click the Pref.. button on	the Menu section.

	      2.     On	the Sites Preference dialog, enter any arbitrary  site
		     name, for example "Local".	Then click the add button.

	      3.     On	 the  Server_Host entry	box, enter "bower", and	on the
		     DisplayLabel entry	box, put an  arbitrary	label  (as  it
		     would  appear  on	the  header  of	 the  server box) like
		     "Bower", and then click add.

	      4.     Click the nodes.. button that is accompanying the Servers
		     box.  This	would bring up the Server Preference dialog.

	      5.     Now   add	 the  entries  "bower1",  "bower2",  "bower3",
		     "bower4" specifying type MOM for each on the Nodes	box.

	      6.     If	you need to monitor certain system resource parameters
		     for  each of the nodes, you need to specify query expres-
		     sions containing resource queries to be sent to the indi-
		     vidual  PBS moms. For example, if you want	to obtain mem-
		     ory usage,	then select a node from	the Nodes list,	 click
		     on	 the  query..  button that accompanies the Nodes list,
		     and this would bring up the Query Table  dialog.  Specify
		     the following input:

		     Query_Expr:    (availmem/totmem) *	100
		     Display_Info:  Memory Usage:
		     Display_Type:  SCALE

		     The  above	says to	display	the result of the "Query_Expr"
		     in	a  scale  widget  calibrated  over  100.  The  queries
		     "availmem"	 and "totmem" will be sent to the PBS mom, and
		     the expression is evaluated upon  receiving  all  results
		     from  the	mom.  If you want to display the result	of an-
		     other query, say "loadave", directly,  then  specify  the
		     following:

		     Query_Expr:    loadave
		     Display_Info:  Load Average:
		     Display_Type:  TEXT

		     NOTE:  For	 a  list  of  queries  that  can  be sent to a
		     pbs_mom, please click on the Help button on the Query ta-
		     ble window.

       CASE 2: Jobs Exclusive Environment
	      Supposing	 you  have a "space non-sharing" environment where the
	      server maintains a list of nodes that it	runs  jobs  on	exclu-
	      sively (one job at a time	outstanding per	node). Let's call this
	      server b1. Simply	update Preferences information as follows:

	      1.     Click the Pref.. button on	the Menu section.

	      2.     On	the Sites Preference dialog, enter a  site  name,  for
		     example "B	System". Then click the	add button.

	      3.     On	 the  Server_Host  entry box, enter "b1", DisplayLabel
		     entry box type "B1" (or whatever  label  that  you	 would
		     like to appear on the header of the server	box), and then
		     click add.

       CASE 3: Hybrid Time Sharing/Space Sharing Environment
	      A	cluster	of heterogeneous machines, time-sharing	or jobs	exclu-
	      sive,  could easily be represented in xpbsmon by combining steps
	      in CASE 1	and CASE 2.

LEAVING	XPBSMON
       Click on	the Close button located in the	Menu bar to leave xpbsmon.  If
       anything	 had  changed,	it  will bring up a  dialog box	 asking	 for a
       confirmation in regards to saving preferences information about list of
       sites,  their  view  types,  list  of servers on	each site, the list of
       nodes known to each server, and the list	of queries to be sent  to  the
       pbs_mom of each node.  The information  is saved	in ~/.xpbsmonrc	file.

PREFERENCES
       The  resources  that  can be set	in the X resources file, ~/.xpbsmonrc,
       are described in	the following:

       Node Box	Properties

       Resource	names beginning	with "*small" or "*node" apply to the  proper-
       ties  of	the node boxes.	A node box is made of an outer frame where the
       node label sits on top, the canvas (smaller box)	is on the middle,  and
       possibly	some horizontal/ vertical scrollbars.

       nodeColorNOINFO
	      color  of	 node  box when	information for	the node it represents
	      could not	be obtained.

       *nodeColorFREE
	      color of canvas when node	it represents is up.

       *nodeColorINUSEshared
	      color when node it represents has	more than 1 job	running	on it,
	      or  when	node  has been marked by the server that manages it as
	      "job-sharing".

       *nodeColorINUSEexclusive
	      list of colors to	assign to a node box when host	it  represents
	      is  running  only	 1  job,  or  when node	has been marked	by the
	      server that manages it as	"time-sharing".	xpbsmon	will use  this
	      list  to	assign	1 distinct color per job unless	all the	colors
	      have been	exhausted, in which case, colors  will	start  getting
	      assigned more than once in a round-robin fashion.

       *nodeColorDOWN
	      color when node it represents is down.

       *nodeColorRSVD
	      color when node it represents is reserved.

       *nodeColorOFFL
	      color when node it represents is offline.

       *smallForeground
	      applies to the color of text inside the canvas.

       *smallBackground
	      applies to the color of the frame.

       *smallBorderWidth
	      distance (in pixels) from	other node boxes.

       *smallRelief
	      how node box will	visually appear	(style).

       *smallScrollBorderWidth
	      significant only in FULL mode, this is the distance of the hori-
	      zontal/vertical scrollbars from the canvas and lower edge	of the
	      frame.

       *smallScrollBackground
	      background color of the scrollbars

       *smallScrollRelief
	      how scrollbars would visually appear (style).

       *smallCanvasBackground
	      color of the canvas (later overridden depending on status	of the
	      node it represents)

       *smallCanvasBorderWidth
	      distance of the canvas from the frame and	possibly  the  scroll-
	      bars.

       *smallCanvasRelief
	      how the canvas is	visually represented (style).

       *smallLabelBorderWidth
	      the  distance  of	the node label from the	canvas and the topmost
	      edge of the frame.

       *smallLabelBackground
	      the background of	the area of the	node label that	is not filled.

       *smallLabelRelief
	      how the label would appear visually (style).

       *smallLabelForeground
	      the color	of node	label text.

       *smallLabelFont
	      the font to use for the node label text.

       *smallLabelFontWidth
	      font width (in pixels) of	*smallLabelFont

       *smallLabelFontHeight
	      font height (in pixels) of *smallLabelFont

       *smallTextFont
	      font to use for the text that appear inside a canvas.

       *smallTextFontWidth
	      font width (in pixels) of	*smallTextFont.

       *smallTextFontHeight
	      font height (in pixels) of *smallTextFont.

       *nodeColorTrough
	      color of trough part (the	 /100 portion) of a canvas scale item.

       *nodeColorSlider
	      color of slider part (value portion) of a	canvas scale item.

       *nodeColorExtendedTrough
	      color of extended	trough (over 100 portion  when	value  exceeds
	      max) of a	canvas scale item.

       *nodeScaleFactor
	      tells  how  much bigger you want the scale item on the canvas to
	      appear.  (1 means	to keep	size as	is)

       *nodeBoxFullMaxWidth

       *nodeBoxFullMaxHeight
	      maximum width and	height (in pixels) of a	node box in FULL mode.

       *nodeBoxIconMaxWidth

       *nodeBoxIconMaxHeight
	      maximum width and	height (in pixels) of a	node box in ICON mode.

       *nodeBoxMirrorMaxWidth

       *nodeBoxMirrorMaxHeight
	      maximum width and	height (in pixels) of a	node box displayed  on
	      a	 separate  window (after it has	been clicked with the mouse to
	      obtain a bigger view)

       *nodeBoxMirrorScaleFactor
	      tells how	much bigger you	want the scale item on the  canvas  to
	      appear  while  the node box is displayed on a separate window (1
	      means to keep size as is)

       Server Box Properties

       Resource	names beginning	with "*medium" apply to	the properties of  the
       server  boxes.  A server	box is made of an outer	frame where the	server
       display label sits on top, a canvas filled with node boxes  is  on  the
       middle,	possibly some horizontal/vertical scrollbars, and a status la-
       bel at the bottom.

       *mediumLabelForeground
	      color of text applied to the server display label	and status la-
	      bel.

       *mediumLabelBackground
	      background  color	of the unfilled	portions of the	server display
	      label and	status label.

       *mediumLabelBorderWidth
	      distance of the server display label and status label from other
	      parts of the server box.

       *mediumLabelRelief
	      how  the	server	display	label and status label appear visually
	      (style).

       *mediumLabelFont"
	      font used	for the	text of	the server display  label  and	status
	      label.

       *mediumLabelFontWidth
	      font width (in pixels) of	*mediumLabelFont.

       *mediumLabelFontHeight
	      font height (in pixels) of *mediumLabelFont.

       *mediumCanvasBorderWidth
	      the distance of the server box's canvas from the label widgets.

       *mediumCanvasBackground
	      the background color of the canvas.

       *mediumCanvasRelief
	      how the canvas appear visually (style).

       *mediumScrollBorderWidth
	      distance	of  the	 scrollbars from the other parts of the	server
	      box.

       *mediumScrollBackground
	      the background color of the scrollbars

       *mediumScrollRelief
	      how the scrollbars appear	visually.

       *mediumBackground
	      the color	of the server box frame.

       *mediumBorderWidth
	      the distance of the server box from other	boxes.

       *mediumRelief
	      how the server box appears visually (style).

       *serverBoxMaxWidth

       *serverBoxMaxHeight
	      maximum width and	height (in pixels) of a	server box.

       *serverBoxMaxNumNodeBoxesPerRow
	      maximum #	of node	boxes to appear	in a row within	a canvas.

       Miscellaneous Properties

       Resource	names beginning	with "*big" apply to the properties of a  site
       box,  as	 well  as  to widgets found outside of the server box and node
       box. This includes the dialog boxes that	appear when the	 menu  buttons
       of  the	main  window are manipulated. The site box is the one that ap-
       pears on	the main region	of xpbsmon.

       *bigBackground
	      background color of the outer layer of the main window.

       *bigForeground
	      color applied to regular text that appear	outside	 of  the  node
	      box and server box.

       *bigBorderWidth
	      distance of the site box from the	menu area and the color	infor-
	      mation area.

       *bigRelief
	      how the site box is visually represented (style)

       *bigActiveColor
	      the color	applied	to the background of a selection,  a  selected
	      command button, or a selected scroll bar handle.

       *bigShadingColor
	      a	 color	shading	applied	to some	of the frames to emphasize fo-
	      cus as well as decoration.

       *bigSelectorColor
	      the  color applied to the	 selector  box	of  a  radiobutton  or
	      checkbutton.

       *bigDisabledColor
	      color applied to a disabled widget.

       *bigLabelBackground
	      color applied to the unfilled portions of	label widgets.

       *bigLabelBorderWidth
	      distance from other widgets of a label widget.

       *bigLabelRelief
	      how label	widgets	appear visually	(style)

       *bigLabelFont
	      font to use for labels.

       *bigLabelFontWidth
	      font width (in pixels) of	*bigLabelFont.

       *bigLabelFontHeight
	      font height (in pixels) of *bigLabelFont.

       *bigLabelForeground
	      color applied to text that function as labels.

       *bigCanvasBackground
	      the color	of the main region.

       *bigCanvasRelief
	      how the main region looks	like visually (style)

       *bigCanvasBorderWidth:
	      distance of the main region from the menu	and info regions.

       *bigScrollBorderWidth
	      if  the  main  region has	a scrollbar, this is its distance from
	      other widgets appearing on the region.

       *bigScrollBackground
	      background color of the scrollbar	appearing outside a server box
	      and node box.

       *bigScrollRelief
	      how the scrollbar	that appears outside a server box and node box
	      looks like visually (style)

       *bigTextFontWidth
	      the font width (in pixels) of *bigTextFont

       *bigTextFontHeight
	      the font height (in pixels) of *bigTextFont

       *siteBoxMaxWidth
	      maximum width (in	pixels)	of the site box.

       *siteBoxMaxHeight
	      maximum height (in pixels) of the	site box.

       *siteBoxMaxNumServerBoxesPerRow
	      maximum number of	server boxes to	appear in  a  row  inside  the
	      site box.

       *autoUpdate
	      if  set  to  true,  then information about nodes is periodically
	      gathered.

       *autoUpdateMins
	      the # of minutes between polling for data	regarding  nodes  when
	      *autoUpdate is set.

       *siteInView
	      the name of the site that	should be in view

       *rcSiteInfoDelimeterChar
	      the  separator character for each	input within a curly-bracketed
	      line of input of *siteInfo.

       *sitesInfo
	      {<site1name><sep><site1-display-type><sep><server-
	      name><sep><server-display-label><sep><nodename><sep><node-
	      type><sep><node-query-expr>}
	       . . .
	      {<site2name><sep><site2-display-type><sep><server-
	      name><sep><server-display-label><sep><nodename><sep><node-
	      type><sep><node-query-expr>}

	      information about	a site where <site1-display-type> can  be  ei-
	      ther  {FULL,ICON},  <nodetype>  can  be {MOM, NOMOM}, and	<node-
	      query-expr> has the format:

	      {	{<expr>} {expr-label} <output-format>}

	      where <output-format> could be {TEXT, SCALE}. It's probably bet-
	      ter to use the Pref dialog boxes in order	to specify a value for
	      this.

	      Example:

	      *rcSiteInfoDelimeterChar ;
	      *sitesInfo:     {Mars;ICON;newton;Newton;newton3;NOMOM;}	{Lang-
	      ley;FULL;db;DB;db.OpenPBS.org;MOM;{{  (  availmem	 /  totmem ) *
	      100} {Memory Usage:} SCALE} {{ ( loadave / ncpus ) *  100}  {Cpu
	      Usage:} SCALE} {ncpus {Number of Cpus:} TEXT} {physmem {Physical
	      Memory:} TEXT} {idletime {Idle Time (s):}	TEXT}  {loadave	 {Load
	      Avg:}	  TEXT}}      {Mars;ICON;newton;Newton;newton4;NOMOM;}
	      {Mars;ICON;newton;Newton;newton1;NOMOM;}	{Mars;ICON;newton;New-
	      ton;newton2;NOMOM;}		     {Mars;ICON;b0101;DB;aspa-
	      sia.OpenPBS.org;MOM;{{ ( availmem	/ totmem ) * 100} {Memory  Us-
	      age:}  SCALE}  {{	( loadave / ncpus ) * 100} {Cpu	Usage:}	SCALE}
	      {ncpus {Number of	Cpus:} TEXT} {physmem {Physical	Memory:} TEXT}
	      {idletime	 {Idle	Time  (s):}  TEXT} {loadave {Load Avg:}	TEXT}}
	      {Mars;ICON;newton;Newton;newton7;NOMOM;}

EXIT STATUS
       Upon successful processing, the xpbsmon exit status will	be a value  of
       zero.

       If  the	xpbsmon	 command fails,	the command exits with a value greater
       than zero.

       If xpbsmon is querying a	host running a	server	with  an  incompatible
       version,	you may	see the	following messages:

	      Internal error: pbsstatnode: End of File (15031)

       The above message can be	safely ignored.

SEE ALSO
       pbs_sched_tcl(8B) and pbs_mom(8B).

Local								   xpbsmon(1B)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | GETTING STARTED | RUNNING XPBSMON | THE XPBSMON DISPLAY | WIDGETS USED IN XPBSMON | UPDATING PREFERENCES | LEAVING XPBSMON | PREFERENCES | EXIT STATUS | SEE ALSO

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